Food and Nutrition

Solids for my daughter with a probable milk allergy

NEENA JILLJO
0 to 1 years

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Updated on Sep 18, 2015

My daughter completed for months. She has adequate weight even though she seems lean. But I used to have sore nipples and breast engorgement once in a while ... Once the pain was unbearable so my doctor said to take a break for one day atleast, as I was asked to apply Evion cream. She asked me to just express the milk out for a day. But when I gave her formula milk she started vomiting and had fever.. Doctor said may be she is having milk allergy. . She asked to do stool culture test and there was no reducing agents. she asked me to try once again and it repeated. And I have never tried anything other than my milk. But now I m worried that she is not getting enough milk. doctor said to start weaning. But to have a look on he milk allergy. So I m confused what to start with. please help m

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Piyali Basak

| Sep 19, 2015

Hi... my child hs completed 6 months. She hs not exclusively breastfed. Plz guide what nutritive foods can i offer her? Can u plz guide me to fulfil her nutrition.

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NEENA JILLJO

| Sep 19, 2015

Thank u so much...

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Parentune Support

| Sep 19, 2015

Hi Neena, Here is blog which gives you ideas about baby initial foods with recipes. You can choose the food options which are without milk. Here is the link- https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/initial-foods-6-12-months/170

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NEENA JILLJO

| Sep 18, 2015

I didn't plan to stop my feed. But the paed suggested to gradually start weaning as i m worried that my feed alone is sufficient.. And her weight is a little on the lower side. my feed is not causing any sort of allergy to her. So I m planning to feed her as long as i can. Please suggest me weaning foods without milk..

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nitin

| Sep 18, 2015

4 months is a little early to wean her off your feed, especially if you able to express. A combination of feed is normally a better option. Allergy from formula may not be related to your feed to her.

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